“The Anomie” features of the band’s recently-released album Hybrid War. The record is reportedly inspired by the rolling coup in Brazil and the rise of neofascism in the nation. It’s a blinder of a release!
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Monday, September 30, 2019 at 9:06 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 9:46 AM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 6:51 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Podunk Parliament (Dallas, TX) just released their newest album “Nothing Left” on LiberDIY Records. It’s up for grabs here with a “name your price” tag on it. Stream Podunk Parliament’s “Nothing Left” below.
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:35 PM (PST) by Johnny X
I don’t know if its the fact that I’m enjoying my first hour of listening to punk at full blast since my son was born 3 weeks ago or the glass of deserrano I just downed but holy shit I’m digging what I’m hearing out of the recent White Russian Records signing Loud Love. The band describes themselves as “post-hardcore, postpunk, punkrock, hardcorepunk, emo, emorevival” and I guess that’s as good a description as any. To me they sound like a slightly more melodic early Fucked Up. In any case, you can draw your own conclusions by listening to the track “Angels Maintenance” off their upcoming self-titled EP below.
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 1:54 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Skate-punk veterans Laughing In The Face Of excel in tight melodic hardcore, riddled with hooks, riffs and head-banging breaks. This is fun, fast punk with rock and metal influences, played by four broke dudes who just love doing it for the hell of it.
‘Running With Coffee’ is the band’s first video single since 2011. It’s an anxious, sarcastic and fun shredder of a tune, showcasing some of LITFO’s adrenaline-drenched race to rush through life.
Formed in the summer of 2009, Laughing The Face of have undergone a number of line-up changes but have stuck with Lockjaw Records since their debut album ‘Lubrication of Social Anxiety’, released in 2011.
“[Running With Coffee’ is] about rushing through life, trying to fit everything in and not necessarily looking after yourself enough in the process,” say frontman Steve Lowry. “Feeling run-down yet pushing on, fuelled on caffeine and what can often seem like a constant manic rush which ultimately wears you down. Daily routines, minimal sleep and then finally things you enjoy in the remainder of time.
It’s one of maybe a few songs on this album that I think, behind the main subject, have an underlying theme of being very aware of how quick time flies. It’s also taking the piss out of the very idea that these kind of issues could even be considered as real problems. Bullshit comes in many different flavours, but you have to sing about what’s real to you and what bothers you, or some cases keeps you going.”
Keep your eyes peeled for new singles and an exiting new release from Laughing In The Face Of in the coming months.
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 9:35 AM (PST) by Johnny X
“‘Devil That You Don’t Know’ exists because I read a bio about The Cramps,” frontman Nick 13 said of the song’s inspiration. “Lux & Ivy lived in Ohio after abruptly leaving CA under the shadow of legal trouble, prior to starting the band in NYC. While in Ohio, Ivy bought an old fuzz pedal in a pawn shop. I did some research, figured out what it would’ve been and tracked one down. When I plugged it into an early-‘60s Fender Amp with the tremolo way up, this song poured out.”
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 2:33 AM (PST) by Johnny X
When I first started streaming the new Green Day single “Father Of All…” off their upcoming album of the same name I thought I had clicked on the wrong video link. The track felt more like something you’d find on an Awolnation album than on an album of one of pop punk’s most celebrated artists. But then I remembered how long ago “Dookie” was released and reminded myself that artists need to evolve to survive, and that the Green Day of today is not the one of yesteryear. So if you’re a “Dookie” Green Day fan like me, you might not especially like this new tune, but you might find it interesting to see where the band has evolved to. Check it out below.
“Father Of All…” is due out February 7th via Warner/Reprise Records.
Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 5:18 PM (PST) by jaystone
Happy Thursday, boys and girls!
I’ll admit, I kinda slept on this project until now, and boy was that stupid. Foxhall Stacks are a brand new collaboration project featuring Peter Moffett of Government Issue, Jim Spellman of Velocity Girl, Bill Barbot of the newly-reunited Jawbox, Brian Baker of Bad Religion and Minor Threat and Beach Rats and more!
The band’s debut album, The Coming Collapse, is due out tomorrow (9/20) on Snappy Little Numbers, but you can stream the whole thing right here, and we highly suggest you do so! It’s full of anthemic, power-poppy punk rock tunes that hearkens back to an earlier time…like, the 1990s! Check it out, and pre-order your own copy of The Coming Collapse right here!
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 11:29 AM (PST) by Chris Doughty
As we get closer to the release of The Menzingers new studio album, they have treated us to a third single ‘Strangers Forever’.
On the song, singer Greg Barnett said “Lyrically, the song is inspired by Leo Tolstoy’s classic novel, ‘Anna Karenina’. In it, the character Darya Alexandrovna learns of her husband’s infidelity and declares: ‘Even if we remain in the same house, we are strangers — strangers forever! The idea of becoming a stranger to someone you so intimately know stuck with me and became the overarching narrative to this song.”
‘Hello Exile’ is out on Epitaph Records on October 4th. Check out the video for ‘Strangers Forever’ below.
Monday, September 16, 2019 at 9:33 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Winnipeg-based punk duo Mobina Galore have just released their latest album. The effort is titled Don’t Worry and you can listen to it below. Of course, if you like it, buy it to support great underground music.
The previous release from Mobina Galore was the single from February this year, “Zoë (It Ripped Me Apart)”.
Monday, September 16, 2019 at 8:43 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Canadian shred machine Wolfrik have just put out a new single called “Rick Hooks”. If you’re already fond of the Edmonton five-piece’s riff-weaving wizardry, we’re sure this latest effort will please equally.
The previous release from Wolfrik was 2017’s Skeleton City.
Monday, September 16, 2019 at 7:46 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Manchester-based punks Tio Rico have a new album in the works and to get you lot in the mood for it, they’ve been good enough to stream a track from it ahead of its release. The album itself is called Shit Show Pony. It’s due out on November 22 via Horn & Hoof Records.
If you can’t wait that long for some new Tio Rico in your life, check below. You’ll find the teaser track from the new record, “Don’t Tell Me To Smile”. Enjoy!
Friday, September 13, 2019 at 6:48 AM (PST) by Tom Aylott
London’s Might As Well Fest have added Break Ups, Death By Shotgun, Luke Rainsford, Party Boss and Gareth James to their line up.
They join the already announced Weatherstate, Crazy Arm, CF98, weblessthismiss, Beezewax, Burnt Tapes, Pacer and High Praise. The festival is on its fifth edition this year, and will be taking place at New Cross Inn on October 18-19. The festival is a benefit event for the UK based mental health charity Heads Above The Waves.
Check out the poster below and get tickets now from here.
Friday, September 13, 2019 at 4:44 AM (PST) by Tom Aylott
Dangers Of Love (London based punks led by Giles Bidder of Great Cynics) have released a new song following the release of their debut, self-titled EP.
The track, “This Musn’t Be The Place” is out now, and you check it out using the player below with the band’s upcoming dates with Big Nothing.
Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 5:55 PM (PST) by Tom Aylott
The Movielife’s Vinnie Caruana has released a new track from his forthcoming ‘Aging Frontman’ EP.
‘Alone’ is the second to be revealed from the EP, which is out on 4th October via Big Scary Monsters in the UK.
“This song has had many faces,” says Caruana “It was born in a one room studio while I was writing with my friend Alex Fitts. It’s a daydream where I am in the upside down and I’m a stranger to the ones I love. And so I roam.”
Check out the song and his forthcoming tour dates below.